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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SI, THt HTHMIDGE HfXAlO _ 31 Parents accused Police say Fred Flynn and his wife, Rita, above, sold Iheir daughter, agod 12, for Harold Miller of Oak Psrk, another Chicago suburb, :s held in Asne- ville, N.C., in connection wilh the case. Parents and Miller are charged with child abandonment and conspiracy. Americans seek recipe to beat high meat costs TRAILER SPECIAL NO DOWN PAYMENT WASHINGTON (AP) RustI- methods aren't always le- Ing is on the rise in Utah, I housewives in Washington, state police were IB hunt for bargains at the lish for rustlers who made counter and a California legisla- with 154 pigs valued at tar [suggests soy beans for sup- The hogs were stolen per. market holding pens. An Associated Press poaching in California is showed that Americans from at an unusually high B Maine to California are mixing with 41 arrests in February IH ingenuity with determination in to 29 last year. AH the hope of finding a recipe to for the Department beat the high cost cf food. And and Game commented: B wardens now think the B cost of meat U causing B Supermarket poaching." H A fish sale in the Washington, B .C., area drew crowds three B plan would four deep. A suburban store B tiat offered rockiish for 39 IB ents a pound instead of the IB idle 79 cents sold pounds B n four days. B women have been B TORONTO (CP) The use of vegetables on truck B computerized check-out count- in the southern part of B ers could eliminate roughly state, working beside mi- B 000 to jobs or about laborers and paying a flat B third of the work force in cents a pound for all the to- B dian supermarkets, beans, squash, bell H Kehoe, special assistant to and corn they can col- B Canadian director of the H Clerks Union, said State Assemblyman B He was commenting on Brown of San Francisco H ments made by industry that consumers buy H sentatives attending the beans instead of meat. "Soy B meeting here of the are a good Products Manufacturers of said. "They are high in pro- B and can be made to look B They said the food industry taste like meat." B experimenting with computerized check-out systems that would eliminate the jobs of in California, two housewives mixed dog food and IB hamburger to make lacos. The Dj price stamper, checker and stocktaker. The system could Laurie Lutz and Leslie B Scherhert, called their creations R in supermarkets by 1975. Under the system, cans and -packages no longer would be price-stamped, but instead coded at the faclory. The prices would be marked on shelves. The customer would pass the product under a computer terminal which scans the code Wow Tacos." Bj Mrs. Lutz said her husband IB Phil told her "they were the B best lacos he ever had." She B waited until after he'd eaten to B tell him what the tacos con- B tained, but said Iw wanted more 9 even when he knew the recipe. B Consumers Supermarkets, a chain with 13 stores in the sub- calculates the cost directly on the cash register tape while of Washingota, D.C., will close its outlets Saturday to the same time adjusting rising food prices. move will come on the of a national meat-boycott week protesting record in- in retail meat prices. A store in Portland, sold pounds oC horsemeat Mon- of before it had to close its doors for lack of supplies in early afternoon. The most ex- item, tenderloin horee-meat steak, was sold at 95 cents pound 'compared with EDMONTON (CP) beet tenderloin at one super- ney-General Merv Leitch in the area. the legislature the operations Ed Carroll plans to re- Midtown Mortgage Company Wednesday with fresh sup- Calgary are being reviewed his women in Erving, Replying in the legislature announced they woulc George Ho Lem produce a 12-page booklet of he said meatless recipes for their fellow concerning the company employees at a paper mill. Rec- been brought to the ipes include egg foo yung am ment's rarebit. Mr. Leitch said he is Eva Sartwell, a supermarket aware of reports from the cashier in Concord, N.H., who man or any member of was tired of listening to com- debtor's assistance hoard plaints from customers, now onimending an a button saying: "Don't The attorney general Blame Me. I Voted for prevented by Speaker McGovern." She is working Amerongen from tlirough the city's Democratic question concerning committee to organize backing ures brought by for the meat boycott starlin against its 1. Legal aid for native OTTAWA (CP) be attended by magistrates, na- program to provide live people and those interests people with legal guidance a information when they in helping native people, re And a further will be charged with crimes was spent to encourage native nounced Tuesday by people to enter the legal profes- Minister Otto Mr. Lang said. He told the Commons He said people of native a committee that the money cestry "have a dlsportionate establish two pilot high rale of conviction." wiiere court workers will "The problem has many fa< natives. There has been no ets but one of them is clear ,-ci